Hydraulic press HMG-60BA1
testtryoutdie-spotting

hydraulic press
hydraulic press
hydraulic press
hydraulic press
hydraulic press
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Characteristics

Operation
hydraulic
Function
test, tryout, die-spotting
Structure
H-frame, column type, double-column, with movable table, with movable piston
Control
PLC-controlled
Other characteristics
panel, for plastics
Force

Min.: 0 kN

Max.: 600 kN

Opening

850 mm (33 in)

Stroke

Min.: 0 mm (0 in)

Table width

600 mm (24 in)

Table length

900 mm (35 in)

Description

Die Spotting press is the most sure & safe way to check the butting of core & cavity of Die & Mould. It allows you to conveniently match all the parts of the mould in more comfortable position. Check and finish the die at one place in more ergonomic position. High standard of configuration ensures the excellent performance of press, and all the main components for mechanical processing are manufactured by imported machining center, to ensure machining precision of press elements. Why Die Spotting Press? It allows you to conveniently match all the parts of the mould in more comfortable position. Check and finish the die at one place in more ergonomic position. No more dangerous die& mould handling by means of cranes, forklift trucks. No more spotting on injection molding machines, which are cost-intensive and difficult to access. Optimal accessibility and ergonomics by means of swiveling and tilting plates. Low operating and maintenance costs. High Flexibility. Considerable reduction of correction grinding through reproducibility. Trials of hydraulic slides, auxiliary cylinders and ejectors can also be done in single operation. Key Features: *Traditional style more then 60 years designed *Economical & stable *Low pressure mold protection function *Considerable clamping Force *Outstanding precision *Good ergonomics
*Prices are pre-tax. They exclude delivery charges and customs duties and do not include additional charges for installation or activation options. Prices are indicative only and may vary by country, with changes to the cost of raw materials and exchange rates.